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Trump at NATO: What future for the Atlantic Alliance? (part 2)

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Trump at NATO: What future for the Atlantic Alliance? (part 1)

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Life after IS group: Young Iraqis learn to live together in Kirkuk

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Cannes 2017: Robert Pattinson stars in Safdie brothers heist 'Good Time'

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Trump on 'learning curve' but poll numbers 'will go up'

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Is Venezuela on the verge of anarchy?

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Donald Trump meets Emmanuel Macron: Can they get on?

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Manchester bomber 'fits profile of other terrorists'

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WOMEN IN SCIENCE

The profiles of exceptional women scientists, rewarded for their work and their amazing discoveries that will one day change our everyday lives. Every Sunday at 2.15 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2017-05-08

British physicist Michelle Simmons, the 'quantum queen'

As the era of big data demands ever more powerful computers, this British researcher living in Australia intends to make the first commercially available quantum computer, millions of times faster than conventional computers.

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2017-05-19 science

Lebanese prodigy Niveen Khabshab revolutionises cancer treatment

This young Lebanese researcher, who works at the KAUST scientific centre in Saudi Arabia, is busy revolutionising cancer treatment with nanoparticles capable of destroying only...

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2017-04-14 science

Zhenan Bao: Breaking the barriers of futuristic skin

Born in China, Zhenan Bao now lives in the United States, where she is a chemist at Stanford University. She is developing electronic skin for multiple applications, particularly...

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2017-04-10 science

Nicola Spaldin: The pioneer behind multiferroics

At 48, Nicola Spaldin, an American scientist at ETH Zurich, pioneers research into multiferroics and the creation of new materials with as-yet-unknown applications.

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2017-04-03 women

Meeting the Chilean astronomer who shed new light on the universe

By discovering the first brown dwarf - the missing link between planets and stars - this astronomer, based in Santiago and president of the Chilean Academy of Sciences, shed new...

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